Article By: Alice-Ginevra Micheli While there have been plenty of strong female characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, none have helmed their own film. They’ve all been either supporting characters in someone else’s origin tale, or part of the crew in a team-up showcase. With Captain Marvel, this has finally become
Article By: Alice-Ginevra Micheli Oh, what a strange year it has been for the illustrious Academy. They have had controversial choice after controversial choice, not just in its nominees but also in the ceremony itself. Will they have a host? Will there be some categories that don’t receive their due and are
Article By: Alice-Ginevra Micheli Netflix has found itself swimming ambitious waters, producing hundreds of films in order to give filmmakers a chance to tell their stories in their own way. Some have been masterpieces and some...well, have not. Their newest entrant, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, has quickly become a
Article By: Alice-Ginevra Micheli Whenever an actor wants to foray into the world of directing, a communal breath is held. While they might be commendable in the roles they’ve played, who’s to say that their talents extend to a much more demanding and, arguably, important role? These were some thoughts that
Article By: Alice-Ginevra Micheli In terms of questionable sequels, this is one of the clearest examples in recent memory. Coming from a seemingly stand-alone well-rounded political thriller, the fact that another in the same universe was soon to follow was baffling even for the most experienced moviegoers. With expectations low and its
Article By: Alice-Ginevra Micheli When news broke that Black Panther would be getting his own movie within the Marvel pantheon, there was a lot of hype that accompanied it. When it was announced that wünderkind Ryan Coogler would be at the helm, writing and directing, excitement was in the air. Then
Article By: Alice-Ginevra Micheli Combining fantasy, action, and star power, Netflix has finally thrown its hat into the blockbuster ring. So after $90 million and a year of constant marketing, was Bright all we were promised? Directed by David Ayer, Bright takes us to a world where fairy-tale creatures exist among humans.